Frank Bria is a senior vice president and treaty account executive for Treaty’s Regional & Specialty Cos., responsible for strategically growing and maintaining Gen Re’s relationships with senior management and executive boards of P/C insurers.
Bria also serves as Gen Re’s representative for NAMIC and AASCIF. He is a frequent speaker at industry conferences on corporate governance, legal and regulatory issues, as well as emerging technology issues, including insurtech, blockchain and cyber security.
Prior to joining Gen Re’s business operation, he served as an assistant general counsel. He was responsible for managing complex litigation and designing and implementing global compliance programs for Gen Re and its international subsidiaries.
He received his BA from Amherst College and his JD from the Boston College Law School. He currently serves as a board director for the World Affairs Forum and Horizons at New Canaan Country School.
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Embracing a growth mindset and understanding how new disruptive technologies could change our industry are among the best strategies to prepare for the opportunities and challenges of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. I highlighted some of the new disruptive technologies in Part 1 and Part 2 of this blog series. At Gen Re, we advise clients to routinely update their companies’ boards on how […]
Recent developments in robotics and artificial intelligence have changed the playing field for automated technologies. (Here is an earlier blog on the topic.) Historically, automation was beyond the reach of small and medium-sized companies. Robotics were costly, required highly sophisticated programming expertise, took months to integrate and could only perform single, discrete tasks. In 2012, […]
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